Third-person singular simple present indicative form of juxtapose.(verb)
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Use "juxtaposes" in a sentence
"Stott once again juxtaposes science with a tale of love, mystery and intrigue, setting this volatile mix against a backdrop of critical events in post-Revolutionary France … Skillfully embeds early 19th-century culture, history, and attitudes into a story that."
"Sure, the phrase juxtaposes two theological positions that many Unitarian Universalists believe stand in opposite corners — which is always fun!"
"The film, whose title means "strife" in Arabic, juxtaposes verses from the Koran with images of beheadings, attacks by Islamic terrorists, and clerics calling for jihad."